There are no TSBs on this matter.
Whatever you do, do *NOT* attempt to fix this yourself.
Part of the purchase price of your car was the cost of the new-car warranty
that came with the vehicle. Now is the time to use what you've already paid
for: Take the car in to your dealer and let them handle the issue. No cost
to you for the diagnosis or repair. Provided you've not performed some
other DIY monkeying that may void your warranty, that is...
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